Google is a company that definitely needs no introduction. Starting off with a search engine embedded with artificial intelligence now this tech giant has taken the market with great ease. In the wake of advancement in internet connectivity devices and components, Google is all set to stun the market with its hardware capabilities. OnHub is the latest addition to the Google hardware family which has been launched in partnership with TP link.
One of the top priorities of Google is to have additional security when compared to the other machines that are available. OnHub has many intriguing features that demonstrate how security should be one of the most vital considerations in the workplace. The following are some points worth mentioning in this regard.
Wearable technology has become more advanced than ever in recent years; first came the emergence of smartwatches, then digital eyeglasses, and now even clothing which can monitor your health and stream data to your phone. One has to wonder where wearables are headed, with so many users seeking out the newest and the best, and companies striving to meet this demand. The answer is: only up.
Openmind Networks today announced a potential $10.9 billion market opportunity for operator-enabled push notifications. The market forecast, undertaken by analyst firm Mobilesquared, combines data from an Openmind consumer survey into push notification attitudes with industry messaging forecasts, to identify the additional revenue mobile network operators could capture if they act as the enablers for brands and organizations to send Push notifications to customers.
British privacy pioneers Solfyre have announced the final beta phase of its password privacy app, SID. At present the iPhone only app will be available in the App Store in January 2016. Android and Windows Mobile versions will be available in early 2016. The new app heralds a beginning to the Identity Revolution by addressing the issues around password security and consumer privacy.
New research confirms that online marketers and website owners need to follow a separate strategy to help their pages rank higher in mobile phone searches on Google.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the idea to expand the existing Internet infrastructure (such as IP or UDP/TCP) to devices in order to facilitate communication between the devices themselves and between the devices and humans.The underlying functionality of IoT allows objects to be controlled and sensed remotely across an existing network infrastructure. Hence, it creates tremendous opportunities for a direct integration between our physical world and the computer-based systems.
As a business owner, you are well aware of the importance of promoting your business online. You know that it’s necessary to go where your competitors are going if you don’t want your business left eating dust. It’s high time that you exert full effort in shifting from traditional to digital type of marketing. The problem is, you’re not so confident with your online marketing skills and you’re also too busy to do it hands-on. The best solution to your dilemma is simple: Pay someone to do it for you. This is where a digital marketing company comes in. If you would rather concentrate on running your business, why not leave your digital marketing needs to experts? Why not make use of their expertise to drive online visitors to a physical store?
When you live your life on the go, you need to be able to access your files when you want, where you want. The ability to access your files while on the move could mean the difference between getting your work done on the train home or spending another late night.
Enterprises don’t want to simply create content in the dark-- to justify and strategically direct content production, they need intelligence helping them determine with content resonates with consumers across these channels.
When designing a website or web app, it’s essential to consider the screen of the person who is going to be using it – and nowadays that means it’s more likely to be a mobile screen. In 2014, 1.8 billion phones, 256 million tablets and 276 million PCs were shipped, meaning more phones were shipped in three months than there were PCs shipped all year. But mobile devices and PC’s don’t exist in their own worlds; users are increasingly switching between devices throughout the course of completing a task. A Google study on The New Multi-Screen World found that “90% [of users] use multiple screens sequentially to accomplish a task over time.”
The new reality is that your website or web app needs to be designed to look good on any device, no matter the screen size.